As an investor, would you like to see how other investors are using VectorVest to make money in stocks? Would you like to see how VectorVest analyzes good stocks that are breaking out and stocks that might be headed for trouble?
If so, then plan to spend an hour-and-a-half with us tomorrow, Saturday, November 7 at for our first monthly Online User Group Forum. The webcast starts at 11:00 a.m. ET. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Can’t attend the live event? Register anyway and you’ll receive an email link for a recording that you can review later at a more convenient time.
Jake’s Patent Winners. In tomorrow’s Forum we’ll hear from Jake Pattinson, creator of the popular Jake’s Patent Winners Search and Trading System. Jake recently modified things with input from other subscribers and presented his findings in October to the Cobourg User Group. We’ll spend some time to explain the modified search and new Stop criteria for the Trading System.
Here’s what one subscriber had to say about Jake’s Patent Winners:
I just want to share with you that by using the Safe and Sound/Jake’s searches this year. I purchased several positions including CCL Industries. This stock alone is up about 70% since purchase at the end of January. Quite a success story and a testament to VV’s methodology. This is in my retirement portfolio so I went “boring but safe”. Who would have thought that a label company would do so well?
– Gerry Newell, ON – email to Stan Heller on November 6, 2015
Bottom Fishing. We’ll also hear from Emanuel Althuis, a VectorVest subscriber since 2007. Emanuel will share how he determined it was time to do a little bottom fishing, the search he used and his outstanding results. He is presenting his methods November 12 to the Kelowna User Group meeting.
Agenda looks great! Thanks for all the work you do to help us become better traders/investors! Much appreciated.
Thanks Sue. Should be lots of fun and a great learning session with lots of participation.
I am sorry to have missed the forum, Stan. That’s what I get for relying on my memory. Hopefully there is a recording so I can at least catch up somewhat